Browsing publications by Dr David Werner

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Zhantao Han
Badruddeen Sani
Dr David Werner
A Critical Evaluation of Magnetic Activated Carbon’s Potential for the Remediation of Sediment Impacted by Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons2015
Dr Zhantao Han
Badruddeen Sani
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
Dr David Werner
Magnetite Impregnation Effects on the Sorbent Properties of Activated Carbons and Biochars2015
Dr David Werner
Soil carbon, multiple benefits2015
Dr David Werner
Water supply and quality2015
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Bioturbation Delays Attenuation of DDT by Clean Sediment Cap but Promotes Sequestration by Thin-Layered Activated Carbon2014
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
In-Situ Sequestration of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Sediments under Stagnant Contact with Activated Carbon. 2. Mass Transfer Modeling2014
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor William Sloan
Dr David Werner
Predicting the effects of biochar on volatile petroleum hydrocarbon biodegradation and emanation from soil: A bacterial community finger-print analysis inferred modelling approach2014
Dr Arvind Singh
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor Ian Head
Dr David Werner
Biofuel components change the ecology of bacterial volatile petroleum hydrocarbon degradation in aerobic sandy soil2013
Dr David Werner
Bernard Bowler
Professor David Manning
Comparison of methods for the characterization and quantification of carbon forms in estuarine and marine sediments from coal mining regions2013
Dr David Werner
Dr James Garratt
Graeme Piggott
Sorption of 2,4-D and other phenoxy herbicides to soil, organic matter, and minerals2013
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